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Old June 18th, 2014, 04:30 AM
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Re: PM Modi outlines priorities, tells ministers to focus on governance

Whatever the instructions to the Ministers and the appointment of PAs, Modi govt. seems to be facing the first crisis well - that of inflation. The quadruple factors of Iraq crisis, expensive Brent crude oil, rising price of vegetables and the bad May WPI data seems to have attracted the govt.'s attention. Now that they are concentrating on controlling inflation, I would say that they got their priorities right.

Lower inflation will go a long way in enabling the RBI to reduce interest rates, which will give a boost to bank loans and businesses.
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The biggest Plus so far has been on external affairs. All the right moves. Some going contrary to the impression given in his campaign like the easing of Visa restrictions to Bangladeshis (Again, it contradicts the impression, not the actual speech. His speech was about illegal immigrants not against Bangladesh per se)

It is still early days for economic policies, but the actions are in the right direction. Same for Security.

But the pain area seems to be in the education side. The latest controversy on 4 year program is the case. Now, nobody is forcing students to join the 4 year program. If the UGC did not like the 4 year program, it could have suspended funding only for that, rather than a blanket freeze, which is basically flexing muscles.
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Let me suggest some Dhoom Dhadam ka policies (Guaranteed to invite bandhs and lose elections)

1 Remove Fertilizer Subsidies
2 Remove all petroleum subidies and surcharges too. Slightly cheaper petrol but much costlier diesel, LPG and Kerosene.
3 End all the yojanas like NREGA, that thing of giving subsidies to Kashmiri Students, etc. (Haj subsidy comes down in the line)
4. Build ATMs that read fingerprints and disburse 50% of the amount saved in 1, 2 and 3 in cash. one can withdraw say, 1000Rs every month. The same fingerpriont cannot withdraw twice every month.
5. Reduce Income tax to 10% for the top slab. Then you will autonmatically see black money pouring back into the country.
6. Open govt matka dens and betting centres. Those who pay an income tax of over 1 lakh could be allowed there.
7. Pay the betting revenue accumulated to the sports teams if they win.
8. reduce the import duty on scotch, beer, etc. to 15%
9. Designate one island in Andaman and Nicbar as a special tourist zone. Ganja, Laundiayabazi, Laundebaazi, everything would be legal there.

Bas - Is that not enough.

After the decommissioning of the Planning Commission the second Dhoon Dhadam. it is actuallyin line with the suggestion i have put in bold
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Govt frees diesel, raises gas price

With a 33% jump, natural gas prices will now stand at $5.61 per mBtu; new rate to take effect from November 1


BS Reporter | New Delhi October 18, 2014 Last Updated at 23:20 IST











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The government on Saturday took a step forward on fuel pricing by approving a 33 per cent jump in natural gas prices to $5.61 per mBtu and by decontrolling the price of diesel.

This is the first reduction in diesel rates in about five years. Diesel rates were last cut on January 29, 2009, by Rs 2 a litre to Rs 30.86. Diesel prices were last raised by 50 paise on September 1.

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Let me suggest some Dhoom Dhadam ka policies (Guaranteed to invite bandhs and lose elections)

1 Remove Fertilizer Subsidies
2 Remove all petroleum subidies and surcharges too. Slightly cheaper petrol but much costlier diesel, LPG and Kerosene.
3 End all the yojanas like NREGA, that thing of giving subsidies to Kashmiri Students, etc. (Haj subsidy comes down in the line)
4. Build ATMs that read fingerprints and disburse 50% of the amount saved in 1, 2 and 3 in cash. one can withdraw say, 1000Rs every month. The same fingerpriont cannot withdraw twice every month.
5. Reduce Income tax to 10% for the top slab. Then you will autonmatically see black money pouring back into the country.
6. Open govt matka dens and betting centres. Those who pay an income tax of over 1 lakh could be allowed there.
7. Pay the betting revenue accumulated to the sports teams if they win.
8. reduce the import duty on scotch, beer, etc. to 15%
9. Designate one island in Andaman and Nicbar as a special tourist zone. Ganja, Laundiayabazi, Laundebaazi, everything would be legal there.

Bas - Is that not enough.
At least some one now has supported one part of it.
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Cannabis, now that may be one thing all of Indian's intelligentsia will support.
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Let me suggest some Dhoom Dhadam ka policies (Guaranteed to invite bandhs and lose elections)

1 Remove Fertilizer Subsidies
2 Remove all petroleum subidies and surcharges too. Slightly cheaper petrol but much costlier diesel, LPG and Kerosene.
3 End all the yojanas like NREGA, that thing of giving subsidies to Kashmiri Students, etc. (Haj subsidy comes down in the line)
4. Build ATMs that read fingerprints and disburse 50% of the amount saved in 1, 2 and 3 in cash. one can withdraw say, 1000Rs every month. The same fingerpriont cannot withdraw twice every month.
5. Reduce Income tax to 10% for the top slab. Then you will autonmatically see black money pouring back into the country.
6. Open govt matka dens and betting centres. Those who pay an income tax of over 1 lakh could be allowed there.
7. Pay the betting revenue accumulated to the sports teams if they win.
8. reduce the import duty on scotch, beer, etc. to 15%
9. Designate one island in Andaman and Nicbar as a special tourist zone. Ganja, Laundiayabazi, Laundebaazi, everything would be legal there.

Bas - Is that not enough.
I totally missed out one thing which is now put by the govt. start 24/7 establishments. Does it mean Daru ka addas will be open 24/7.

NEW DELHI: With the Union Cabinet clearing the Model Shops and Establishment (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Bill, 2016, which enables states to choose to keep shops and other such establishments open 24x7 all through the year, the development has been welcomed warmly across the business sector.
National Restaurant Association of India (NRAI) President Riyaaz Amlani said that this was a wonderful progress and asserted that it will go a long way in boosting the Indian economy.


http://www.newindianexpress.com/nati...cle3507063.ece
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I totally missed out one thing which is now put by the govt. start 24/7 establishments. Does it mean Daru ka addas will be open 24/7.

NEW DELHI: With the Union Cabinet clearing the Model Shops and Establishment (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Bill, 2016, which enables states to choose to keep shops and other such establishments open 24x7 all through the year, the development has been welcomed warmly across the business sector.
National Restaurant Association of India (NRAI) President Riyaaz Amlani said that this was a wonderful progress and asserted that it will go a long way in boosting the Indian economy.


http://www.newindianexpress.com/nati...cle3507063.ece
The criteria is clearly defined for establishments that can remain open 24/7. I don't remember exactly what it is, but not everyone qualfiies, though most logical ones do.

Given that Daru ka addas aren't allowed to remain open 24/7 in US, I'd think they are excluded from the list in India as well.
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The criteria is clearly defined for establishments that can remain open 24/7. I don't remember exactly what it is, but not everyone qualfiies, though most logical ones do.

Given that Daru ka addas aren't allowed to remain open 24/7 in US, I'd think they are excluded from the list in India as well.
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The criteria is clearly defined for establishments that can remain open 24/7. I don't remember exactly what it is, but not everyone qualfiies, though most logical ones do.

Given that Daru ka addas aren't allowed to remain open 24/7 in US, I'd think they are excluded from the list in India as well.
It does mention restaurants. So bars can sneak in.

BTW, i came across one adda which was open at 3 AM outside Bangalore in 2003.
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Let me suggest some Dhoom Dhadam ka policies (Guaranteed to invite bandhs and lose elections)

1 Remove Fertilizer Subsidies
2 Remove all petroleum subidies and surcharges too. Slightly cheaper petrol but much costlier diesel, LPG and Kerosene.
3 End all the yojanas like NREGA, that thing of giving subsidies to Kashmiri Students, etc. (Haj subsidy comes down in the line)
4. Build ATMs that read fingerprints and disburse 50% of the amount saved in 1, 2 and 3 in cash. one can withdraw say, 1000Rs every month. The same fingerpriont cannot withdraw twice every month.
5. Reduce Income tax to 10% for the top slab. Then you will autonmatically see black money pouring back into the country.
6. Open govt matka dens and betting centres. Those who pay an income tax of over 1 lakh could be allowed there.
7. Pay the betting revenue accumulated to the sports teams if they win.
8. reduce the import duty on scotch, beer, etc. to 15%
9. Designate one island in Andaman and Nicbar as a special tourist zone. Ganja, Laundiayabazi, Laundebaazi, everything would be legal there.

Bas - Is that not enough.

Not all the way, but a bit towards #6 is happening.


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